Students and community youth gather to discuss Discrimination and Inequality in society

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Hyderabad: May 20, 2017. (PCP) The students of University of Sindh Jamshoro and youth of different religious communities gathered on May 18, 2017, at St. Joseph Christian Colony Unit No. 10 Latifabad Hyderabad-Sindh-Pakistan, in collaboration with SHADE YOUTH DESK Hyderabad to talk on the Topic of "Discrimination & Inequality".
In this program students from Sindh University and different communities as Christians, Muslims and Hindus in attendance with more than 170 people actively participated, impressive lectures with well preparation given by the students of Sindh University on 03 different topics by easy and simple methodology which was appreciated by the participants.
Sooba Bhatti Advocate said commenting on program “I really appreciate the efforts of Nafees Bhatti, Eric Saleem, Naveed Bhatti, Nadeem Mansha and Aamir Abbas besides Students of University of Sindh to make this program fruitfully successful.
Young student boys and girls highlighted the basic issues of the society and they assured the community that they will fight for the rights of marginalized communities.
At the end the student of University Thanked the community and local youth, Advocate Sooba Bhatti (Director SHADE) & Nafees Bhatti (SHADE Youth Desk In charge) appreciated all the participants and students. They said Youth is the Power, Youth is the pillar of the Nation, Youth can change everything, we should give them opportunities and resources. Youth is our future, we should give respect and encourage them

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